What to Ask a Potential Demolition Crew Before They Schedule a Home Teardown

Posted on: 29 June 2016

Demolishing your home can mean allowing you to build a new one on a site that you love, or you may find that your current home is in such disrepair that it might be better to start over with a new house versus trying to fix the one you have. Whatever your reasons for thinking about a demolition, ask a few questions of the company you want to hire (such as Roach Demolition & Excavations) beforehand so you know what's involved with the process and are sure to get it done properly. [Read More]

Longreach Excavators: Understanding the Various Applications You Can Use Them

Posted on: 27 June 2016

A longreach excavator is a kind of excavator with a long arm to facilitate operations in areas that are hard to reach on the site. One of the popular uses of the longreach excavator is digging. This is because the excavators come with a bucket fitted at the end of the long arm (also called boom arm). However, the longreach excavator is a versatile machine usable for a host of many applications on a construction site. [Read More]

How to Avoid Excavator Break-downs

Posted on: 14 April 2016

The excavator is an integral part of any construction work in its early stages. An excavator breaking down can cause a significant delay. It is essential to know how to keep the excavators operational. Almost all the key parts of an excavator are hydraulic cylinders. Learning how to do hydraulic cylinder serviceis therefore very important for excavator operators. Here are a few tips on how to do just that. Disassemble the Cylinder [Read More]

Tips for Choosing the Right Flail Mower for Your Property

Posted on: 28 March 2016

A flail mower is a type of heavy-duty mower that is meant to handle tall and thick weeds, brush, and other vegetation that cannot be handled by a standard lawnmower. A flail mower is usually wider than a standard mower, as it may be used to cut empty fields and vacant lots and is typically sold as a trailer attachment that you pull behind a tractor. If you need a flail mower for your property, note a few tips for choosing the right type. [Read More]